I just got back from two weeks on the road–camping across the south and stopping in places like Louisville, Memphis, Shreveport, Dallas, El Paso, Las Cruces, White Sands, Phoenix, Joshua Tree, and Palm Springs. It was a trip. I got a lot of reading, knitting, and sun in. It was magical. My field bag keptContinue reading “trips | xcountry camping.”
One of my coworkers is having her first child in a few short weeks. I’ve always loved the idea of babies in cardigans usually reserved for grandpas. So, I knit her newest bundle–a boy–an Elwood cardigan by Jenny Wiebe. I love everything about this pattern–the stripes, the shawl collar created with short row shaping, howContinue reading “f.o. | elwood.”
Here is my finished Astrantia Cowl, which is featured in the beautiful collection Maine Knits by Beatrice Perron Dahlen. This was such a quick and satisying knit; I used two and then just a few yards of the third skein of Quince and Co.’s puffin in the chanterelle colorway. I love the lace and bobbles–itsContinue reading “f.o. | astrantia”
I’ve been eyeing and gushing over Fringe Supply Co.’s field bags for a couple of years now. I’m an avid knitter and crocheter; for some reason I thought spending $65 on a tool bag seemed like an outrageous luxury; the kind of luxury that only the finest of knitters deserved. What was I thinking? As someoneContinue reading “tools | fringe field bag.”
I’m definitely a chocolate addict–dark chocolate, to be specific. These little homemade dark chocolate mousses were a perfect end note for Oscars night. And I got to use my vintage mid century modern dessert glasses, a find gifted to me by my mum when I moved into my house. Top with whipped cream. Devour.
This is my finished Seeds Hat from Jared Flood’s (of the always brilliant Brooklyn Tweed) book Woolens, which came out last fall. Despite scooping up the book as soon as it was released, it wasn’t until last week that I finally picked my first project. Seeds hat, it is. There are a number of otherContinue reading “woolens | seeds hat.”